Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Refugees and Uganda politics

Uganda government officials warn South Sudanese refugees, living in various refugee settlements to refrain from involving themselves in the local politics....

Civil War and Sexual Abuse: 2500 Male Refugees to receive psychosocial support

By Okoth Arthur, Mega fm A report by the Refuge Law Project, a nongovernmental organization, has...

Expert point of view: Refugee rights and obligations

In our second episode of refugee rights and obligations, Odeke Moses from the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control Department of...

Insufficient food aid: What is plan B for refugees?

Many south Sudanese refugees in Uganda, particularly in Northern Uganda are increasingly engaging in different livelihood activities in order to counteract...

Creating livelihoods in refugee settlements

Uganda is home to over 1.4 million refugees. But did you know that some of them are not just waiting on...

Refugees: There is no Advanced level of education

An education response plan launched by Uganda and development partners in 2018 indicated that 57% of refugee children and 34% of...

Refugees: Know your rights

It is important to know your human rights. The same applies to refugees and asylum seekers, too. However, in practice, few...

Coronavirus (COVID–19): What you need to know across refugee settlements

Underage pregnancies have become the talk of the town. National media is broadcasting such news almost everyday. Refugees; especially leaders, living...

Refugees: What is the way forward?

UN World Food Program (WFP) distributes food assistance periodically to refugees and asylum seekers, in Uganda. The UN agency usually provides starchy,...

The plight of child refugees

After successfully escaping South Sudan brutal war characterized by mass killings; over 41,000 children, majority of who are below 15 years...

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